With the High School and College wrestling seasons both being winter sports, the recruiting process can become quite tricky when it comes to communication and visits. Not to mention the lack of budget and free time coaches have to dedicate to travel and recruiting. Our Spring and Summer Wrestling Showcases are designed to simplify the process for Recruits and College Coaches. Prospective Student-Athletes not only get the chance to showcase their skills and work ethic, but they get to learn more about the recruiting process, college admissions, have the opportunity to network and meet college coaches, and learn about viable collegiate wrestling opportunities.
Wrestlers Will Receive:
Parents Will Receive:
*Lunch and Meals are not included but can be purchased on site
Collegiate Level Wrestling Practice
Attending a College Wrestling Recruiting Showcase will give you the opportunity to showcase your skill level, work ethic, and practice habits in-person and on video. You will be given the opportunity to meet college wrestling coaches and be evaluated by multiple programs.
|2||Northeast||Castleton||VT||June 2nd||Spartan Arena|
|3||West||Los Angeles||CA||June 29th||TBD|
|4||Pennsylvania East||Allentown||PA||August 16th||Salisbury High School|
To attend a College Wrestling Recruiting Showcase you must be a rising Freshman or the age of 14 by the date of the wrestling showcase you are participating in. Showcases are open to current high school boys and girls wrestlers who are looking to wrestle on the collegiate level. Showcases are not open to anyone who has already graduated high school.
Sign-up using your email to be notified once registration opens up for the Spring and Summer Showcases. Early bird pricing ends one month before each showcase.
At a time where Boy’s High School Wrestling participation numbers have been down over the last 7-8 years, Men’s Collegiate Wrestling Programs are being started or re-instated at a very healthy pace. The reality is with less boys to recruit and more places looking for recruits, it’s a buyers market. The point that needs to be learned and understood is that most of these programs are being installed at the NCAA Division II and III levels, NAIA, NJCAA/JUCO schools and pretty much anywhere outside of Division I Wrestling.
As of the upcoming 2019-2020 season, Women’s Collegiate Wrestling will have over 50 programs. Most of the programs have been started in the last few years and are following a trend that meets the demand of the fastest growing High School sport – Girl’s Wrestling. Some of the programs are starting at schools that already have a men’s program or are starting together. Some are even starting at schools where there has never been a wrestling program or presence before. Regardless, this is an exciting time for Women’s Collegiate Wrestling.
Until the first official day of college practices and the collegiate wrestling season. Will you be on a roster?